Syracuse Man Gets Jail For Stealing $5 Million Winning Lotto Ticket
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A former auto dealership manager convicted of possessing an apartment complex maintenance worker's winning $5 million New York lottery ticket was sentenced Tuesday to up to 25 years in prison by a judge who cited his "rapacious greed." The Onondaga County District Attorney's Office said Andy Ashkar, 35, of Camillus, was sentenced Tuesday morning to the maximum sentence of 8 1/3 to 25 years for having the ticket that was stolen at his parents' convenience store in Syracuse in October 2006.
An Oneida County man wins a Sweet Million, with a little help from his daughter. 65-year old Philip Domser was presented with a ceremonial check for $1 million at the Byrne Dairy in North Utica this morning by the New York Lottery's Gretchen Dizer.